2015 FIAT Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Fiat’s known for its small selection of offerings for the U.S., keeping its 500-series straight to the point, but that doesn’t mean its 2015 upgrades should be overlooked. Fiat brought notable changes to most of its vehicles this year, like automatic transmissions in the 500 Abarth, which also boasts more power and intuitive technology – like Bluetooth audio and TFT instrument cluster – than its predecessors. New to the 500 Turbo is also an automatic transmission option that can deliver more consistent shifting and speeds, along with Fiat’s newly redesigned console with extra storage, while the 500 hatchback and convertible body styles get a new HD 7-inch screen, an additional USB port, and stylish exterior paint options. Other vehicles in the lineup saw more subtle changes in 2015, like the 500e’s transformed center console and two new paint colors and the 500L’s optional 6-speed automatic transmission and extra paint options for its Trekking trim.
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Research 2015 FIAT models (4)
500
The 2015 FIAT 500 packs a lot of standard features is this two-door hatchback including convenience and entertainment upgrades for this model year.
$17,825 - $23,475
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
$17,825 - $23,475
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
500c
A sporty, Cabrio-style, cloth top version of the 500 model with upgrades in the entertainment and convenience features.
$21,325 - $27,575
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
$21,325 - $27,575
MSRP
31 - 35 MPG
COMBINED
500e
The 2015 FIAT 500e is a sleek car with a revamped interior and efficient electric motor along with a 7-inch display that is user-friendly.
$32,780
MSRP
116 MPG
COMBINED
$32,780
MSRP
116 MPG
COMBINED
500L
The 2015 FIAT 500L takes the standard 500 model to the next level with upgrades in the engine, entertainment, and exterior design elements.
$20,325 - $25,675
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
$20,325 - $25,675
MSRP
26 - 29 MPG
COMBINED
Fiat’s known for its small selection of offerings for the U.S., keeping its 500-series straight to the point, but that doesn’t mean its 2015 upgrades should be overlooked. Fiat brought notable changes to most of its vehicles this year, like automatic transmissions in the 500 Abarth, which also boasts more power and intuitive technology – like Bluetooth audio and TFT instrument cluster – than its predecessors. New to the 500 Turbo is also an automatic transmission option that can deliver more consistent shifting and speeds, along with Fiat’s newly redesigned console with extra storage, while the 500 hatchback and convertible body styles get a new HD 7-inch screen, an additional USB port, and stylish exterior paint options. Other vehicles in the lineup saw more subtle changes in 2015, like the 500e’s transformed center console and two new paint colors and the 500L’s optional 6-speed automatic transmission and extra paint options for its Trekking trim.
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